Dakota Grusak 

Dakota Grusak 

 Andrew Pohle

Andrew Pohle

Dakota Grusak is a lifer at St. Stephen’s,

attending from age 3 to 18. 

Now a junior at Trinity University, he is passionate about his major, electrical engineering. In the summer, Dakota found a great internship with a research project in the Neurosciences and the Arts.   READ MORE  

  Originally Published in School Viewbook Fall 2016

 

   

Andrew Pohle, St. Stephen's Class of 2007, 

named to Forbes '30 Under 30' Education list in 2017

St. Stephen’s Episcopal School Alumni, Andrew Pohle ’07, along with two college peers from Lehigh University, co-founded Real Time Cases (RTC). We wondered how his St. Stephen’s education played a role in his professional success, so we asked Andrew about the impact SSESH had on his life.    READ MORE

Originally Published in the School Building Communities newsletter April 2018

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Carey Koppenhaver, 8th grade class of 2000,

charts course on drillship

We asked about her St. Stephen's experience.
Q Tell us about the impact of a Montessori education on your life.  I believe that the “learn at your own pace” methodology of Maria Montessori provided a good approach for the rest of my education and even work life. The ability to learn effectively starts with a good foundation and I found that Montessori provided just that foundation. On a people aspect, I feel Montessori helped me to be more accepting of all types of people and all walks of life and gave me confidence to say “anything is possible”.  READ THE FULL Q&A HERE      
Originally Published in School Viewbook Fall 2017